2020 QLD Premier Rugby Season Preview: GPS

By Finn Morton; Photo - QRU Media/Brendan Hertel Jeeps were arguably the team to beat heading into the 2019 finals series after leading the competition in a handful of key stats and going unbeaten against rivals Brothers and UQ during the regular season. But the defending champions fell short of back-to-back crowns, losing to UQ in the preliminary final after a one-point game was blown out by Jeeps' poor discipline in the final fifteen minutes. Head coach Elwee Prinsloo knows where his side went wrong and seems confident that the Gallopers will improve again in 2020, when the season eventually begins. Overview with Elwee Prinsloo: "There are some parts of our game that we really wanted to shift in and we've worked hard on. We believe that we've made some progress in those areas but I suppose the proof will be in the pudding as soon as we start playing against opposition teams," Prinsloo admitted. "We don't want to be a forward dominant team, we want to be able to scor
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